The N332 Road Safety Project Roadshow made another stop in Torrevieja recently, giving a presentation to the popular TRACS social and networking group.
The international residents of the Las Filipinas urbanisation on the Orihuela Costa will now be more aware of what’s going on in their area, and be better represented, thanks to a new president taking over the community.
An unforgettable day for the children was held through the collaboration of the N332 road safety project and the Hollywood Motor Show.
Members of the N332 team visited the Orihuela Costa branch of the Royal British Legion last week, to give an explanation of both the project and a presentation answering some of the most common questions relating to traffic laws and driving in Spain.
If you have a motorhome and you want to carry your car to Spain, you have to be aware of the rules regarding A–frames in Spain, specifically that A-Frames are forbidden here, so you will need a trailer to carry your car.
Don’t get excited now, flashing in Spain doesn’t mean you can bimble about in a dodgy raincoat with nothing on underneath. This type of flashing refers to an orange light for your vehicle.
The equivalent to the UK’s MOT is the ITV. This article ensures your ITV sticker questions are answered.
Having already reached acclaim by sharing help and advice about driving in Spain to their many thousands of followers on Facebook, the administrators of the page have also been giving talks to various associations in order to answer some of the most pressing questions that occur.
Suffering from allergies and being a driver are a combination of factors that poses a potential risk on the roads.
As they go about their duties patrolling the roads of Spain, the Guardia Civil traffic police have a whole range of tools in their arsenal to both help those in need, and of course deal with those drivers who break the law.